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  1. [Edited for clarity.] We live among the people, we come into daily contact with them. We can not live nice if we are not DEITY stuck, closely bonded to heavenly love. We certainly need to pray without ceasing for everything and all. People can live without prayer but one day they will come to pray. That which we have in our hearts is a longing that nobody and nothing can quench: that is longing for our heavenly Father. PEOPLE pride makes them stay away from their Father, but His HEART calls every moment of their lives.

    • In the spirit of the #ten days of prayer, in prayer, we approach 'our father' at the divine audience chamber. As an act of faith,we claim the promises of God."For Everyone that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened." In calling God our father, we renounce all the selfishness that dots us and recognize all His kids as our brothers. What a privilege we have!

  2. actually we ought 2emmulate the legacy of the apostles en visit our fellows both x-tians en non, en pray with them.

  3. Intercessory prayer only makes sense if we interact with people. Sometimes we can be very isolationist, cutting contact with unchurched folk to a bare minimum. We are often uncomfortable with social contact with folk that do not share our lifestyle and world view. When our circle of friends includes unchurched folk then our opportunities for intercessory prayer increase.

    I am not all that comfortable praying prayers for people who I do not know. I have seen requests for prayer on SSNET sometimes to pray for someone in need who we do not know. Of course I can say the words in a prayer, but it is not the same as praying for someone I know and interact with personally. Praying for a friend is deeply meaningful for me because praying for that person changes the way I interact with that person as well.


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